I learnt that differential of e^x is same but whats so special about it? What makes is so special as it seems like a normal function to me other than the fact that e= sum of series of reciprocal of factorial numbers. What i want to ask is if e^x differential is e^x then do this rule apply to b^x too? Where b is a positive base. Why or why not?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# B Why differential of e^x is special?

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